Angel Corps at the War Memorial Angel Corps "Squadron 108" came to town with a bang on Saturday, reaching out to locals and lightening up a grey rainy day. Rank and file of the squadron's advance party took to the streets in a charm offensive which culminated in a late night parade starting at the War Memorial. The troupe were joined by several members of the Suffragette Movement campaigning for women's right to vote, and representatives from… Read more.
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The police have issued arrest warrants for the prime suspects in the murder of a man last month at The Den, in London's East End. The suspects have been named as Mei Mei, and Ming Cho, both Clocks working at the establishment, and belonging to its proprietor Christopher Hargreaves. This is the first arrest of its kind, and police are appealing to members of the public for assistance in apprehending the suspects who have no fixed address, or paperwork. The… Read more.
What is the real remit of the Department for the Advancement of Sciences? New revelations leaked in documents sent to the London Gazette by a reader called "Caelen" suggest scientists have pursued occultist pseudosciences, including time travel, and carried out their experiments on human subjects. Church of England leaders have now called on the government to 'come clean' on the clandestine activities of the discredited department. Although unconfirmed, a series of blurry photographs show mathematical calculations and formulae that seem to… Read more.
Angel Corps recruit Sarah Bittern, 19, unmarried, leapt from a damaged airship last night in an heroic effort to capture a robber fleeing the former offices of the Department for the Advancement of Sciences. Ms. Bittern, who was patrolling the area aboard the HMD Desiderata, continued to chase the man first via motor glider and then on foot, after the Desiderata ploughed into an unlicensed wireless tower. The ship's captain, Ms. Hildebrandt Beam, 41, widowed, was injured in the resulting… Read more.
Talks to end the dispute over job security for workers at the Department for the Advancement of Sciences have started. Representatives from the Union for the Casual Labourer met Government officials last night, in a move to end the two week long industrial action. A joint statement released stated that both sides recognise there will be "very tough" industrial and economic challenges in the coming years. The statement said that all sides accept there will be no further development of… Read more.
Attempts by Her Majesty's Department for the Advancement of Sciences to stage a roadshow showcasing its work on the Clockwork Project were thwarted by a Trade Unionis demonstration at the Latitude Festival, last week. Members of the Union for the Casual Labourer, supported by Jack Ludd, Editor of The Spanner, travelled to Suffolk to protest in front of the Science roadshow. During the course of the day, the picketing unionists coerced members of the public into spying on the beleaguered… Read more.
Demonstration gets support from Occupy Latitude Jack Ludd, Trade Union Journalist addresses rally Crowds at rally, listening to Trade Unionists Extra! Extra!!! We will be publishing a special report on the strike and the new Department for the Advancement of Sciences Roadshow. Read more.
A Police investigation is underway after thieves broke into a Government research building on Saturday night, and stole what sources claim to be a "huge quantity" of the mineral Ambinium. It is thought that the theft may be in relation to the current industrial dispute over the development of the Clockwork project at the Department for the Advancement of Sciences. The thieves are thought to have carried out several experiments in the laboratory before moving the substance. The incident happened… Read more.
Queen Victoria's Royal Jubilee got off to a flying start yesterday with a 5-hour long sky pageant featuring airships from all around the world, with millions ignoring the wet british weather to have a right royal knees-up on the street. The London sky was turned black, as hundreds of dirigibles floated along the River Thames, each blotting out daylight in scenes reminiscent of last week's total eclipse. Her Majesty was joined by other members of the royal family, and 20,000… Read more.
Science is a form of the occult, and part of an agenda to cull humanity in favour of a lifeless "eternal workforce" of robots, according to a new report published by a former scientist. The reports author, Dr Flay, believes that scientists are part of a "white coat priesthood" supported by industrialists, the government and the monarchy. In a strongly worded and self published document, Dr Flay claims that the development of "Artificial Adam" is part of a conspiracy to… Read more.
London Gazette has been handed a secret film, showing some of the happening at the Tomorrow's World... Today science event. The footage is grainy, but you can clearly see mechanical items on display. https://youtu.be/VWt0wWVKke4 Read more.